Cleveland University-Kansas City maintains highly qualified faculty with broad experience and credentials in their subject areas. And with an average of one instructor for every 13 students, you'll have the opportunity to get to know them well.
Use the directory below to learn more about Cleveland University-Kansas City's esteemed faculty members — the men and women who will inspire you to be the difference in health care.
B.S./B.A., Colorado Technical University
Maggie Wallace is licensed by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts in radiologic technology, and serves as an adjunct instructor in the radiologic technology allied health program at Cleveland University-Kansas City. Wallace has worked as a radiologic technologist, computed tomographer, radiology supervisor, Cerner delivery consultant, radiology manager, and radiology director/clinical instructor. When not at work, she enjoys painting, gardening, home DIY, time with her husband and their puppy, Bella, three grown children, and two grandpuppies.
M.O.T., University of Kansas
D.C., Logan College of Chiropractic
Dr. Whitehead received both his B.S. in Human Biology and Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic. He also holds the Diplomat of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology (D.A.C.B.R.) distinction. Whitehead joined the faculty of Cleveland University-Kansas City in 1985. He is a radiologist in the University’s health center and teaches radiology courses. When not in the classroom, Whitehead enjoys sailing, fly fishing and camping. He and his wife, Belinda, have a son named Chris.
D.C., Cleveland Chiropractic College
Dr. Wisner received her B.S. degree in health science from Truman State University in 2005. In 2008, she completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Cleveland Chiropractic College. She earned additional certification with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association for treatment of children and pregnant women (C.A.C.C.P.) and is a Certified Health Education Specialist (C.H.E.S.). Wisner joined the clinical faculty at Cleveland in 2012. She currently teaches the Pediatrics course, serves as a clinician in the student clinic, and assists with Intro to Clinic I and Clinic Internship I classes. In her spare time, she treats patients at her clinic in Overland Park and enjoys time with her husband, Jared, and their two children, Emrie and Conner.